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A GRAND STAGE
WON’T BE DENIED. Northern Nash’s Alexus Hill (right) makes a strong move to the basket during Monday night’s action at the East-West All-Star Girls Basketball Game at the Greensboro Coliseum. Hill was a member of the East roster.
A GRAND STAGE

GREENSBORO -- Alexus Hill has played on plenty of high-powered stages during her basketball career -- with plenty more to come beginning next season at Gardner-Webb University.
But Hill reached a pinnacle for any North Carolina prep hoopster when she was chosen to take part in the prestigious East-West All-Star Girls Basketball Game on Monday at the Greensboro Coliseum.

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Nash Co. third at tourney
CLOSE CALL. Nash County’s Kierstin Cooper (left) brings in a throw at second base during the Statewide Athletics Committee Sectional Softball Tournament.
Nash Co. third at tourney

RED OAK -- Most clubs would have never recovered -- both emotionally and in the bracket -- from losing in the first round of a double-elimination tournament.
But Nash County’s 9-12 All-Stars had a different idea at last weekend’s Statewide Athletics Committee Sectional Softball Tourney at Ennis Park in Red Oak.

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Nash County Makes Solid Run
RETRIEVAL SYSTEM. Nash County’s Hobart Brantley tries to field a throw at second base during last Thursday evening’s action at the Statewide Athletics Committee Sectional Baseball Tournament at Ennis Park in Red Oak.
Nash County Makes Solid Run

RED OAK -- It took the better part of two tournaments, but Nash County’s high-powered lineup finally ran out of steam.
After taking a third-place finish one week earlier at the Tar Heel Districts in Louisburg, the All-Stars returned home last weekend to host the Statewide Athletics Committee 12-Under Sectional Baseball Tourney at Ennis Park.
Nash County scored just three runs in two games and was knocked out of the double-elimination format with an 0-2 overall record.

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RM star shines for the East
RM star shines for the East

GREENSBORO -- Rocky Mount High School’s Dante Battle was in the starting lineup for the East Team and secured a double-double during the annual East-West All-Star Boys Basketball Game.
The contest was staged Monday at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Battle aided his squad with a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds, but the East would fall by a 98-86 margin.

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Nash Rec picks up win
Nash Rec picks up win

NASHVILLE -- Nash Rec’s trip down the street to tangle with backyard rival Birchwood County Club proved to be a profitable one last Thursday evening.
NRST remained undefeated in Nash-Halifax Swim League action with a 618-151 triumph at the BCC Pool.
The squads will meet again this Thursday in the N-HSL regular season finale at the Nash Rec Pool.

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Mudcats paste the MB Pelicans
Mudcats paste the MB Pelicans

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- The Carolina Mudcats scored a 4-3 triumph over the Myrtle Beach Pelicans on Sunday night at TicketReturn.com Field to claim their first Class A Carolina League baseball series win on the Grand Strand.
The Mudcats (19-12, 48-50) extended their lead to three games over the Pelicans (16-15, 60-39) in the Carolina League Southern Division as well.

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Gurganus earns national honor

ROCKY MOUNT -- The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) has announced its NABC Honors Court, which recognizes collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the 2013-14 season.
North Carolina Wesleyan head coach John Thompson has announced that former Battling Bishop and current assistant coach David Gurganus garnered recognition.

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CLAMPING DOWN
CLAMPING DOWN

Northern Nash’s Alexus Hill (right) plays strong defense during Monday’s East-West All-Star Girls Basketball Game at the Greensboro Coliseum.

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FLAMETHROWER
FLAMETHROWER

Nash County All-Star standout Kierstin Cooper unleashes a throw last weekend at the Statewide Athletics Committee Sectional 12-Under Softball Tournament.

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FUTURE BULLDOG
FUTURE BULLDOG

After fending off Bulldogs of the Nash Central variety the past four years, Northern Nash High School’s Alexus Hill will become a ‘Dog this fall when she joins the women’s basketball program at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs.

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GLOVE WORK
GLOVE WORK

Nash County’s Isaiah Bland makes a play on the infield during his club’s contest against Wendell at the Statewide Athletics Committe 12-Under Sectional Baseball Tournament at Ennis Park.

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HERE COMES THE HEATER
HERE COMES THE HEATER

Trenton Weeks delivers a fastball last week for the Nash County All-Stars.

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JUMPER
JUMPER

Alexus Hill unleashes a jump shot for the East All-Stars during Monday’s basketball action in Greensboro.

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MEETING OF THE MINDS
MEETING OF THE MINDS

Nash County All-Star coach Scott Collie discusses strategy with his players during last weekend’s Statewide Athletics Committee Sectional Softball Tournament.

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TAG APPLIED
TAG APPLIED

Nash County’s catcher Travyen Pearce makes a tag for an out during last Thursday’s game against Wendell at the Statewide Athletics Committee 12-Under Sectional Baseball Tournament. The event was staged at the Ennis Park Fields in Red Oak.

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TAKE YOUR BASE
TAKE YOUR BASE

Amber Pridgen (right) of the Nash County All-Stars slides safely into second base as the ball rolls away during action last Friday night at the Statewide Athletics Committee 12-Under Sectional Softball Tournament, which was held at Ennis Park in Red Oak. Nash County, coached by Scott Collie, went 2-2 overall at the tournament -- a record that was good enough for a third-place finish.

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TWO AGAINST ONE
TWO AGAINST ONE

Despite being outnumbered, Nash County’s Braden Wood slides safely into second base as part of his squad’s appearance at the Statewide Athletics Committee 12-Under Sectional Baseball Tournament last week in Red Oak.

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